Skype says it wants to reach 1 billion people and mobile is the way to do that. GroupMe is small, but will help Skype reach text messagers.
Eighteen years after their wrongful conviction, Damien Echols ,Jason Baldwin, and Jessie Misskelley walk out of prison
A lot of projects sound like they were pulled from Asimov novels, but science fiction concepts can become world-changing innovations
With its stock down 50% since January, the biggest bank in America plans to eliminate at least 3,500 jobs before 2012. But if the economy continues to sputter...
HP wants to reinvent itself for business customers in the face of a dismal outlook, and there's already been some bloodshed
Flickr is losing members and competition from Facebook, which has improved its high-res capabilities, and Twitter has threatened its dominant position in the photo-sharing market
Glenn Manham, a U.K.-based hacker who tried (and failed) to break into Facebook earlier this year, finally got out of prison on Wednesday
People who travel regularly for business might be racking up extra calories along with their frequent flier miles
The economy hasn't recovered, but that hasn't stopped people form getting their shop on -- this is consumer-friendly America, after all
Credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's has decided it thinks the search giant made a mistake in spending $12.5 billion for Motorola
Today's release comes less than three months after that of Firefox 5 in Mozilla's new rapid-fire approach to updating its popular browser
It'd be nice to have consensus among all three major credit rating agencies on the invincibility of U.S. debt, but two out of three ain't bad
It happens every year whether you want it to or not: your Facebook wall is assaulted by people you haven't heard from in six years
The past few years have seen some of the industries biggest entertainers become wildly wealthy off of everything except actually entertaining people
The website for myBART was quickly taken down after the attack and replaced by a generic "There is no website here" message
Walter White's story gets an end date
Tech executives are more likely than others to believe that there's a bubble -- only 38 percent of all business executives thought so
"The whole point of dating applications is to get people to meet in real life -- so why has no one figured out location-based dating?"
Stocks are gyrating, and Buffett is having a blast
Most people with an internet connection have seen the Gregory Brothers' YouTube brilliance, but a new article explains the back story